A roundup of the past weeks notable boxing results from around the world:Saturday at Puerto Penasco, MexicoJuan Francisco Estrada W10 Raymond Tabugon Junior bantamweight Scores: 100-90 (three times) Records: Estrada (34-2, 24 KOs); Tabugon (18-6-1, 8 KOs)Rafaels remarks: For a guy who had not boxed in a year and was coming off a serious right-hand injury, former unified flyweight world titleholder Estrada, 26, of Mexico, looked sharp from about the third round on in a shutout decision against Tabugon, a 25-year-old journeyman from the Philippines. Although the talent gulf between the two was enormous, this was a reasonable fight for Estrada to take coming off the layoff and moving up to a new weight class. Estrada had held a pair of flyweight titles for 3? years and made five defenses before deciding to vacate the belts and move up to throw his name into the talent-rich junior bantamweight division, where he hopes to face top names such as titleholders Naoya Inoue, Luis Nica Concepcion and former titleholder Carlos Cuadras. But the big fight for him, which could happen next year, is a rematch with titleholder Roman Chocolatito Gonzalez, who outpointed him in an outstanding 2012 junior flyweight world title fight before he moved up to win a flyweight title and then a junior bantamweight title from Cuadras last month.Against Tabugon, Estrada seemed to have no problems with his right hand, which he landed often. Estrada took a few rounds to find his groove and dominated as he pressured Tabugon. Estrada took his foot off the gas a little in the second half of the fight but kept up a steady pace and boxed nicely from the outside en route to the victory.Also on the card, junior featherweight Emanuel Navarrete (16-1, 13 KOs), 21, of Mexico, cruised to a one-sided decision against countryman Martin Casillas (15-9-1, 9 KOs), 28. Navarrete won by scores of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91 as Casillas dropped to 0-5-1 in his last six fights.Saturday at Harrow, EnglandLiam Walsh W12 Andrey Klimov Junior lightweight - Title eliminator Scores: 120-107 (twice), 119-108 Records: Walsh (21-0, 14 KOs); Klimov (19-3, 9 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Walsh, a 30-year-old southpaw from England, scored the biggest win of his career in a one-sided decision against Klimov, 34, of Russia, to earn a mandatory world title shot. He is now the mandatory challenger for 130-pound world titleholder Jose Pedraza (22-0, 12 KOs), of Puerto Rico, although Pedraza is considering a move up to the lightweight division, which would leave Walsh to fight for a vacant belt.Regardless of who Walsh fights for the belt, the former Commonwealth champion looked good in the fight to earn the shot. He took control against Klimov, who was fighting for the first time in 16 months, early on and used a good jab and his better speed to befuddle him. A right hand from Walsh produced a knockdown at the end of the fifth round. Walsh said after the fight he was ready to face Pedraza, be it in Puerto Rico, the United States or England. He said he would go anywhere in the world for the opportunity.Klimovs two previous defeats came the two times he stepped up in competition, a very poor performance in a shutout decision to Terence Crawford in 2013 and a near-shutout decision to Pedraza challenging him for a vacant world title in his previous fight, which was in June 2015.Friday at Glasgow, ScotlandRicky Burns W12 Kiryl Relikh Retains a junior welterweight title Scores: 118-110, 116-112 (twice) Records: Burns (41-5-1, 14 KOs); Relikh (21-1, 19 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Three-division world titleholder Burns, 33, thrilled the hometown fans with another win in the first defense of the vacant 140-pound belt he won in May, a month after Adrien Broner was stripped for failing to make weight. He squared off with the 26-year-old Relikh, of Belarus, who is trained by British legend Ricky Hatton but fighting a top opponent for the first time.Relikh, who had won 12 fights in a row (all by knockout) coming into the bout (and needed three attempts to make weight), gave a great effort and applied a ton of pressure, especially in the first three rounds and final three rounds. But Burns was the quicker, more skilled boxer and survived a few rough moments to win the well-deserved decision, although the 118-110 scorecard appeared a bit generous. The win is expected to set up a fight with four-division titleholder Broner (32-2, 24 KOs) in his first bout since being stripped of the belt Burns now holds.Dillian Whyte TKO10 Ian Lewison Wins vacant British heavyweight title Records: Whyte (19-1, 15 KOs); Lewison (12-3-1, 8 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Whyte, 28, of England, made his name last December when he went seven hard rounds with Anthony Joshua in a much-hyped fight. Although Whyte got knocked out and took heavy punishment, he also badly hurt Joshua and nearly stopped him in a tremendous fight. He has now won three fights in a row since and aims eventually for a rematch with Joshua, who went on to claim a world title in his next bout. Whyte continued to make the case that he deserves one as he beat up the game Lewison throughout the one-sided fight. By the end of the 10th round, Lewison, dealing with a nose injury, had taken a lot of punishment and his corner stopped the fight as he returned to the stool after the round. Lewison, 35, of England, saw a five-fight winning streak come to an end.Friday at Los AngelesDiego Magdaleno W10 Art Hovhannisyan Junior welterweight Scores: 99-91 (three times) Records: Magdaleno (29-2, 12 KOs); Hovhannisyan (17-3-3, 9 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Twice Magdaleno, a 29-year-old southpaw from Las Vegas, has fought for a world title and twice he has lost. He gave a good account of himself in a questionable split decision loss to Roman Rocky Martinez for a junior lightweight belt in 2013 in Macau, China. But in his last fight, a year ago, Magdaleno got blown out in a second-round knockout loss to lightweight titleholder Terry Flanagan in England. In his first fight since that bad loss, and his first since being released by promoter Top Rank, Magdaleno looked sharp in a one-sided decision against Hovhannisyan in the main event of Golden Boys LA Fight Club series. Magdaleno suffered a cut over his right eye in the fourth round but otherwise had few issues as he easily outboxed Hovhannisyan, 34, an Armenia native fighting out of Glendale, California, who suffered a cut over his left eye in the fifth round.Friday at Tampa, FloridaOrlando Cruz TKO7 Gabino Cota Junior lightweight Records: Cruz (25-4-1, 13 KOs); Cota (19-7-1, 17 KOs)Rafaels remarks: In the main event of promoter Tutico Zabalas Boxeo Telemundo card, Cruz, a 35-year-old southpaw from Puerto Rico, took apart late substitute opponent Cota, 23, of Mexico. The fight was a rematch of Cruzs more competitive 10-round decision victory last October. In the rematch, Cruz dropped Cota twice, in the second round with a left hand to the head and in the seventh round with another left hand, as he dominated the fight. After the seventh-round knockdown, Cota beat the count but he was in rough shape, which caused referee Andrew Glenn waved off the fight at 2 minutes, 38 seconds. 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Nike Free Shoes NZ . PAUL, Minn.LOS ANGELES -- UCLA coach Jim Mora is hopeful quarterback Josh Rosen will be able to play at Washington State on Saturday.Regardless of Rosens status, there are fundamental issues for the Bruins offense to address.Rosen was twice knocked out of the 23-20 loss at Arizona State. A right leg injury left the sophomore limping in the first half, and a hard landing on his throwing shoulder in the fourth quarter sidelined him for the rest of the game.Mora would not go into specifics regarding either and instead took the approach used by NHL coaches, referring to Rosens ailments as upper body and lower body injuries. Still, Mora expects Rosen to exhaust every option to be able to play against the Cougars.He doesnt want to let anyone down and loves to compete, Mora said. I was impressed by the way he came back in and fought through some obvious pain and delivered a pretty good performance. I think he showed some grit, some toughness and I think his teammates appreciated that.Rosen threw for 400 yards and two touchdowns with one interception against the Sun Devils. Former walk-on Mike Fafaul was 3 of 11 passing for 44 yards and two interceptions in relief of Rosen, neither quarterback getting any help from the beleaguered UCLA run game as Nate Starks and Soso Jamabo rushed for just 40 yards on 17 carries.Despite spending the offseason installing a run-oriented offense intended to become more physical, UCLA is averaging 2.95 yards per carry, ahead of only Miami (Ohio) and Texas State among the 128 FBS teams.UCLA has 595 yards rushing this season. Washington State, a pass-heavy Air Raid offense that lines up with four receivers most of the time, has run for 381 yards in its last two games, outrushing Oregon and Stanford by 106 yards combined in those wins.Right now were just sub-standard in a lot of wayss in the run game, Mora said.dddddddddddd Thats not a statement that is going to astound people. We all know that.Those meager rushing statistics are exacerbated by the 15 sacks allowed, one more than UCLA surrendered all of last season.Mora wont assign the blame for the offenses struggles to any one player or position group. Instead, Mora pointed to a series of individual breakdowns that can cause a negative play, be it a running back not picking up the right defender in pass protection or misreading a block carrying the ball, a wide receiver not running the right route, or the quarterback holding the ball too long. And when the rush offense isnt effective, opponents can unleash the pass rush on Rosen or Fafaul.Its a fine line between being 6-0 and 3-3, and we have to find a way to get over that line and make those plays when they need to be made, Mora said.UCLA has been in this position before, starting 1-2 in Pac-12 play in four of Moras five seasons. The difference this time is the offenses confidence is a little shaken, Mora admitted, making the balance between making corrections and maintaining belief in the new system difficult.You have got to find a way to be critical and demanding and honest with yourself. At the same time you have got to find a way to build confidence back and thats tricky, Mora said. You got to have some success. You have got to try to create some success.Game notesMora expects right tackle Kolton Miller (left leg) to return this season. Miller did not play against Arizona State and is still in a cast after suffering the injury against Arizona. Its just a matter of when, Mora said. Its a pain thing. If it was season-ending Id tell you. ' ' '